Chicago Theater Works presents EXPOSED starring Emmy Award winning actor and comedian Leslie Jordan
One-man live show
April 24 - April 27 / 8 pm
Chicago Theatre Works
1113 W. Belmont Avenue
Chicago, IL 60657
Tickets: $35 General Admission
$50 for Reserved Cabaret Table Seating
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Full bar is available for beverages.
Jordan is best known for his standout roles in “Sordid Lives,” “American Horror Story,” “The Help” and as Beverly Leslie on NBC’s hit series, “Will & Grace.” He is also now playing a leading role in the new comedy series, “The Cool Kids” on FOX.
Students: The 2019 Scholarship
Application has been extended to MAY 1
Click below to view and download the application.
RIVER FOREST RECYCLING EXTRAVAGANZA
Saturday, May 4 2019
8 AM - 1 PM
United Methodist Church
7970 Lake St. (enter off Lake St.)
Electronics / Housewares
Batteries / Light Bulbs
Eyeglasses / Hearing Aids
DO NOT BRING:
Plastic Riding Toys
Questions about what to bring:
2019 Potluck Dates & Locations:
BYOB and bring a dish to share.
Please note -- ALL are welcome to attend our potlucks.
You do not need to be an OPALGA member to attend.
815 Wisconsin Ave., Oak Park
332 Wisconsin Ave., Oak Park
1145 East Ave., Oak Park
122 Elgin Ave., Forest Park
937 Clarence Ave., Oak Park
1844 North Nagle Ave.
OCT. 12 / Halloween Theme!
528 Wesley Ave., Oak Park
539 Park Ave., River Forest
639 Fair Oaks Ave., Oak Park
2019 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
|JAN 13||Annual Meeting & Brunch|
|FEB 2||GCFD Volunteer Day|
|FEB 19||Hamburger Mary's Bingo|
|MAY 28||Memorial Day Parade|
|JUNE 2||A Day in our Village|
|JULY 4||4th of July Parade|
|OCT 26||SCHOLARSHIP GALA|
Your OPALGA Board at Work
Members of OPALGA,
At the Annual Meeting in January we invited each of you to give us input on two questions:
• How can we (OPALGA) change to be even more inclusive and relevant to all who fall under the large umbrella of queer?
• How do you envision OPALGA reaching out further to fulfill our mission statement? - promote positive attitudes toward and advocate for full equality for the LGBTQ community; welcome all area LGBTQ residents and friends; share resources and information pertinent to the LGBTQ community; and celebrate our community and give back to it through volunteer events.
We received more than 20 written replies to those questions, replies that were prepared around tables at the Annual Meeting. At a Board Retreat held February 17th we spent time considering each item of input and came up with 25 actionable items that we are now in the process of prioritizing. When we have determined which of these actions will be tackled this year we will let you all know and we will report to you on a regular basis how we are progressing.
A second major action at our retreat was to take the Committee Sign-Up sheets we received at the Annual Meeting, and by email following the meeting – a total of 44 responses – and to create committees to address pulling off a wonderful Gala in October; Donut Day in June; our ongoing Scholarship awards; Social Activities; Education; Volunteer/Outreach; and Website support. If you were one of the 44 you will be hearing from the board liaison for each committee about your involvement. Each committee will create a ‘charter’ outlining their planned action, set up a schedule for meeting and reporting activity, determine a budget if needed, and select one or two members to be chair or co-chair of the committee.
As OPALGA celebrates an illustrious 30-year history all through 2019 we want you to feel a part of how we move forward through a future that holds promise and challenges.
Kendall Alexander, Jim Gibson, Margaret Gonsoulin, Tom Gull, Tom Javorcic, Colette Lueck, Bob Personett, Alisa Ray, Mike Rosanova, Kelly Soprych, Bob Stelletello, Roger Wilson and Brian Bollenbacher